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Brexit chaos could push the UK economy into reverse this quarter

WorldNews Monday, 10 June 2019 ()
Brexit chaos could push the UK economy into reverse this quarterLondon (CNN Business)The UK economy could be headed for its first quarterly contraction since late 2012 after uncertainty over Brexit caused a sharp slowdown in manufacturing. Britain's economy shrunk by 0.4% in April, according to official data published Monday that was even more dire than economists had expected. The data also showed a 0.1% contraction in March. "The clear message is...
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News video: UK economy shrinks in April after car plants closed, expecting Brexit

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Britain's economy contracted sharply in April after the biggest decline in car production since records began, as manufacturers were unable to reverse closures planned to coincide with Britain's expected departurefrom the EU. Francis Maguire reports.

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